COVID-19: House of Hope Receives $20,000 Grant

House of Hope has been awarded a $20,000 COVID-19 relief and recovery grant from Humana Foundation in partnership with Health Foundation of South Florida.

This grant supports House of Hope’s mission of providing hope and healing for those with substance abuse and mental illness. As with most non-profit organizations and businesses, House of Hope has had to adjust daily operations due to COVID-19. The grant will help fund immediate needs such as purchasing additional PPE for staff and help to maintain behavioral health services for House of Hope clients.

By focusing on social determinants of health, The Humana Foundation aims to promote more healthy days and encourage greater health equity, investing its resources to co-create communities where leadership, culture and systems work to improve and sustain positive health outcomes. The Health Foundation of South Florida works across health, economic and social sectors to build and implement coordinated, long-lasting approaches to improving the quality of life for South Floridians.

“We appreciate the support of Humana Foundation and Health Foundation of South Florida, particularly as we continue to adapt during this challenging time,” said House of Hope CEO Sue Glasscock. “Our commitment is to the men and women at House of Hope who depend on our essential services and resources they need to stay focused on their recovery. Grants such as this one will help us achieve that mission.”

House of Hope is a leading non-profit provider of substance abuse and mental health programming in Broward County. To learn more about House of Hope, visit